SAGINAW, Mich. - Andrew Mangiapane scored one of five goals in the third period for Barrie and added three assists as the Colts beat the Saginaw Spirit 6-4 on Saturday night in Ontario Hockey League action.
Joseph Blandisi, Brandon Prophet, Kevin Labanc, Brendan Lemieux and Michael Webster provided the rest of the offence for Barrie (35-17-2), which has now won seven games in a row.
Devon Paliani and Mitchell Stephens had goals in the third for Saginaw (23-27-3). Dylan Sadowy and Tye Felhaber added the others.
Mackenzie Blackwood turned away 19 shots for the win while David Ovsjannikov kicked out 36-of-41 shots in 59:40.
The Colts scored two goals on five power plays while the Spirit went 1 for 9.
ATTACK 5 OTTERS 4 (OT)
ERIE, Pa. ? Chris Bigras scored 4:06 into overtime as Owen Sound edged the Otters to snap a two-game losing streak.
Erik Bradford had a pair of goals in regulation for the Attack (24-19-9). Holden Cook and Petrus Palmu added the others.
Connor McDavid had a three-point night for Erie (37-12-4), with two goals. Alex DeBrincat and Kyle Pettit rounded out the attack.
BULLS 7 PETES 5
BELLEVILLE, Ont. ??? Vancouver Canucks prospect Jordan Subban and Michael Cramarossa each had a pair of goals as the Bulls got past Peterborough.
Brett Gustavsen, Matt Luff and Maurizio Colella also scored as Belleville (22-25-7) snapped a three-game skid.
Michael Clarke struck twice for the Petes (20-27-5), with Jonathan Ang, Matt Spencer and Logan DeNoble supplying the rest of the offence.
GREYHOUNDS 5 WHALERS 0
PLYMOUTH, Mich. ??? Sergey Tolchinsky had a goal and three assists while Brandon Halverson stopped 33 shots as Sault Ste. Marie shut out the Whalers.
Jared McCann scored twice ??? including once on the power play ??? for the Greyhounds (41-11-2), who have now won three in a row. Michael Bunting, also on the power play, and Gabe Guertler added the others.
Alex Nedeljkovic turned aside 36 shots for Plymouth (18-31-4).
STING 5 ICEDOGS 4
SARNIA, Ont. ??? Jordan Kyrou had a pair of goals as the Sting held off a late Niagara comeback to snap their four-game losing streak.
Jakob Chychrun had a power-play goal early in the third period while Nikita Korostelev scored the winner for Sarnia (25-22-7). Noah Bushnell added the other.
Billy Jenkins, Anthony DiFruscia, Carter Verhaeghe and Vince Dunn had goals for the IceDogs (25-24-4), who saw their four-game winning streak came to an end.